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notified the chase is headed their way. innocent bystanders on central avenue...watching the high speed chase. davis driving up to 100 miles per hour...putting thier lives at risk. "and this is a residential area filled with many homes. a little further south in downtown, there many lives in danger." "often times what we see in these cases is the person who is fleeing from us has absolutely endandering officers." say they take these chases serious, taking into consideration several factors. "some of those criteria are the time of day, depending on the number of pedestrians and motorists around, you know is school letting out at that particular time? the severity of the offense is also something that must be considered. is this
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as for clayton county -- according to their pursuit policy, they also decide after careful consideration to chase or not. those factors include...the seriousness of the offense, weather conditions, safety of people in the area, including the suspect and law enforcement. in dubuque, shirley descorbeth, news 7 kwwl news. nathan davis will be facing multiple charges from each jurisdiction he drove through. so far, the jo daviees county sheriffs office has charged him with aggravated fleeing...attempting to elude officers. let's go to storm track seven chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg now for the first look at your from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team. see the screen
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stretch of quiet weather continues for another day here in eastern iowa. lots of overnight. highs today will be warm for this time of year - mid mostly sunny skies today become partly cloudy for tuesday. we'll stay dry and along with a cold front will saturday. both friday and to the low to mid 40s during the overnight. mostly sunny skies today become partly cloudy for with a cold front will track saturday. both friday and saturday will be windy, but day. winds calm for sunday but with a few more clouds become partly cloudy for with a cold front will track fire. now the family trying to figure out what to do next with their business. luigis's in oelwein was destroyed by a fire saturday afternoon. the family says the fire started in the kitchen in a chicken fryer today--the owner, luigi and a few of his children stopping by the destroyed building after fifty seven years--the stasi's trying to say goodbye "well, luigi's is my name basically, we are your babies
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luigi says what he will miss most about the resturant is talking to people everyday. luigi is leaving it up to his children to decide if they will rebuild. decision 20-16 coverage tonight.... preisdent elect donald trump already filling the rop slots in his administration trump receiving harsh criticism already... and c-n-n is saying he's taking u white house press secretary with eric trump came to trump tower ivanka trump and her husband jared kushner. key players in the effort to fill top jobs in the trump administration a possible pick for treasury secretary: steven mnunchin s/ steven mnuchin, trump campaign finance chair :14- :18 "we've got a lot to do, lots of work, thank you" he was trump's campaign finance chair there's praise for trump picking party chair reince priebus, as white house chief of staff but horror from some
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s/ jamal simmons, democratic analyst :31-:35 "he is much more concerned about reasserting the power of breitbart.com bannon ran breitbart news, read by the hard right, some extremist and racist. trump advisor kelly ann conway defended bannon s/ kelly ann conway, trump advisor :44-:48 "he's got a harvard business 60 minutes, trump demanded his most extreme backers quit harassing minorities s/ "60 minutes" donald trump / (r) president-elect :54-:56 promises his wall will have some f who commit crimes and keep part of obamacare coverage of people with preconditions s/ "60 minutes" donald trump / (r) president-elect 1:06-1:10 "yes. because it happens to be one of the strongest assets." s/ president obama (no super) 1:14-1:32 "gestures matter, and how he reaches out to groups that may not have supported him, how he signals his interest in their set a tone" there were more protests today as trump and his team
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(insert ends) (two second pause) audio outcue: i'm steve handelsman, nbc news, washington. thanks steve... a big transition as republicans now have control of the state senate as well- it will be different for the few democratic incumbents who held onto their seats, like jeff danielson. danielson says he never could have guessed the margin of victory. he admits democrats have a tough road ahead of them- but going beyond party lines, he's focused on good policies. i look forward to working across the aisle and as i said making investments and benefits from these policies that we should
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not seek or accept a leadership position within the democratic party. he says his sole focus now is to represent and invest in the voters in his district, the cedar valley. progress is coming along for a house for homeless veterans in waterloo. this will be the first house in waterloo dedicated for these homeless veterans. volunteers have been working on renovating kwwl's elizabeth amanieh is live in waterloo at the house. elizabeth? amanda/ron- and in just a few weeks-there will be three veterans with a new home. but for them-it will serve as more than just a place to sleep. the american flag hangs proudly outside this home. and that's because it'll soon be ready to serve veterans. teresa tjaden "everyone wants greatest country, and we have the opinions that we do is because of these veterans, and
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little by little. earlier this year-the trump foundation made a one-hudnred thousand dollar donation to help this project get started. president-elect donald trump making veterans a big part of his campaign-calling for better care of our nations vets. those changes taking shape here at this home. volunteers chipping away and rebuilding. inside and out. stand-up "renovating this house with these veterans in mind. take a look they took out this deck and are poutting in inside-making a full handicapped bathroom. giving them every little bit of hope. reminders even on the walls to keep them going. "our intention is to get them job training, to get them mental counseling if necessary, maybe physical therapy if needed. anything to get them back into being empowered individuals
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of work to be done. and they're always looking for donations and volunteers-even if you can spare a saturday. live in waterloo, elizabeth amanieh, news 7 kwwl. visit kwwl dot com to find out more information on how to volunteer. coming up... a driver saying he thought it was a puddle that sure changed the minute his car started to disappear his car was swallows hole holidays, happy times, and hats how one teenager is helping those in need that's coming up in just a few minutes. here's a live look at the storm track 7 live doppler radar. chief meteorologist mark and when you see news - or if you have pictures or video to share... you can do that by going to our page on facebook. you can also "like" our page to stay up to date on breaking news and weather information. "this is kwwl news at five. meteorologist mark schnackenberg
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chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg now for your fullforecast.
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for your complete weather information. here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: our stretch of quiet weather continues for another day here in eastern iowa. lots of sunshine for today will be met with a few more clouds overnight. highs today will be warm for this time of year - mid 50s to near 60. temperatures become partly cloudy for tuesday. we'll stay dry and warm most of the wk pressure along with a cold front will track through the area late week. a chance of rain tracks in friday and will be out by early with temperatures only rising in to the low to mid 40s during the day. winds calm for sunday but both days of the weekend will be cooler than we've seen. our stretch of quiet weather continues for another day here in eastern iowa. lots of sunshine for today will be met 50s to near 60. temperatures fall to the mid to upper 30s overnight. mostly sunny skies today become partly cloudy for
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change on friday...low pressure friday and will be out by early saturday. both friday and saturday will be windy, but saturday will be much cooler with temperatures only rising in to the low to mid 40s during the day. winds calm for sunday but continues for another day here in eastern iowa. lots of sunshine for today will be met warm for this time of year - mid 50s to near 60. temperatures fall to the mid to upper 30s overnight. mostly sunny skies today become partlyo most of the week. things change on friday...low pressure along with a cold front will track through the area late week. a chance of rain tracks in friday and will be out by early saturday. both friday and with temperatures only rising in to the low to mid 40s during the cooler than we've seen. our stretch of quiet weather continues for another day here in eastern iowa. lots of sunshine for today will be met with a few more clouds overnight. highs today will be warm for this time of year - mid 50s to near 60. temperatures become partly cloudy for
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change on friday...low pressure along with a cold front will track through the area late week. a chance of rain tracks in friday and will be out by early with temperatures only rising in to the low to mid 40s during the day. winds calm for sunday but both days of the weekend will be cooler than we've seen. our stretch of quiet weather continues for another day here in eastern iowa. lots of sunshine for today will be met with a few more clouds overnight. highs today will be overnight. mostly sunny skies today warm most of the week. things change on friday...low pressure along with a cold front will track through the area late week. a chance of rain tracks in friday and will be out by early saturday will be much cooler with temperatures only rising in to the low to mid 40s during the day. winds calm for sunday but both days of the weekend will be continues for another day here in eastern iowa. lots of
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one minute it's there...the next minute it's gone a car swallowed whole by what he thought was a puddle a major leak causes some even crazier damage and giving out a helping hat one teen giving back by keeping people warm
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hole so large...it swallows a car this happening in florida you can see the car slowly disappearing workers eventually managed to pull the car out of the hole... the driver said he didn't realize the water main had broken beneath him...he thought it was just a puddle by the time he realized what was going on..it was too late everyone is okay tonight... after a car rear- ends a tractor...causing ten-thousand dollars worth of damage this happening this past thursday in fayette county kevin blume was driving over a hill when he hit the tractor from behind his car is considered a total loss the driver of the tractor was cited for driving with a suspended license again- no injuries toyota pays up big tonight the car company has to pay three point four billion dollars to settle a
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proper rust protection when they bought them the settlement covers one and a half million cars under the settlement... toyota will inspect cars up to 12 years from when you bought it or leased it a gas leak leaves one iowa road partially closed north first avenue in iowa city had to be somewhat blocked off when construction equipment hit a gas line this happening near the 800 scene that had the road back open around three a man is found guilty of murdering his 22 month old son... who died after he left him in a hot car in georgia prosecutors arguing that ross harris wanted the toddler to die and pourposely left the child in the car for seven hours' harris arguing that it was an accident back in 20-14
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deaths he could receive up to life in prison plus 42 years still to come on the k-w-w-l news at five... hats off to one teenager.... whose helping out those in need ---------
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hats... it's how one teenager is spending his free time this holiday season with less than two weeks until thanksgiving... he's collecting and donating hats to people who need them most during what they're calling take pkg (--- pkg ---) (sot: jeremy wernick, hatsgiving) "it's always interesting to see reactions of people like whoaaaa." thirteen year old jeremy wernick is referring to his hair, or lack of it. (sot: jeremyer round shape at one point and then it all just goes off and people are like, oh my gosh you're bald and i'm like, yeah, grader. over the years he's raised $11,000 for the childhood cancer foundation. but once the hair came off, the teenager noticed something. (sot: jeremy wernick, hatsgiving) "i realized that your head gets pretty cold when you shave your head."
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hats for kids who lost their hair as a result of chemotherapy. (sot: jeremy wernick, hatsgiving) "in 2013 we got just over 200 hats, last year we got over 1500 first one." donations for hatsgiving came in from all over, including sports teams like the giants, jets and buffalo sabres. (nats) "these are the ones from the yankees as well." more than 3,000 hats have ben hospitals in the northeast. (sot: jeremy wernick, hatsgiving) "i hope it's just the beginning because it would be amazing if we get tens of thousands of hats maybe later on, ten years from now." jeremy says it's a nice feeling to give and he hopes you do, too. (sot: jeremy wernick, hatsgiving) "we might need a bigger box." so, jeremys hats-giving efforts
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they expect to receive well over 3-thousand hats by thanksgiving next week. still to come on the k-w-w-l news at five... how taking a look outside....is making some people say super --------- ---------
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the latest on an officer-involved shooting investigation in cedar rapids--and why some in the community are demanding answers. the moon is putting up a big show in the sky for us the past couple of nights... and it'll continue tonight the supermoon occurs when the moon becomes full on the same day its orbit is closest to earth this typically happens once every year or so but, what makes it special this time? the moon will look bigger
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chief meteorologist mark schnackenberg now for your final forecast. how's it looking out there? weather information. here is additional forecast information from the kwwl
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snempt tonight, backlash as president elect trump picks his powerful inner circle, lifting a man with ties to white nationalists into the heart of the white house. new protests erupt as president obama weighs in first time. a father found guilty of leaving his young son to die in a hot car. a dramatic conclusion ato case that shocked the nation. exploding wildfires spreading across the south. thick smoke blanketing cities. is someone setting them intentionally. making a murderer twist, a after a trial many saw as a miscarriage of justice. tonight a man locked

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